With the establishment of the Vietnam-South Korea Free Trade Agreement last March, Korean business investors have started flocking-in Vietnamese markets while benefitting from import tariff discounts.
Leading Korean Entrepreneur and President of the finest provider of serviced offices, CEO SUITE, Ms. Mee Kim, is one of them. Just like other owners of South Korean firms, the serviced office business expert, Ms. Kim, has seen the potential of Vietnam as a business hub, by expanding the CEO SUITE network to Hanoi.
Since June 1, 2016, the CEO SUITE Hanoi Lotte Center opened its doors on the 29th floor of the East Tower of the stunning Lotte Center to Hanoi businesses – from entrepreneurs, small to medium-scale companies, to multi-national companies alike.
CEO SUITE offers world-class and elegantly designed executive office suites for short or long-term lease, fully-equipped meeting rooms with breathtaking views of the city, “five-star hotel” standard reception area, VIP business lounge, service area for document printing, scanning and photocopying; business café with pantry facilities; and high bandwidth Internet WIFI access and modern telephone system.
As a one-stop office solutions provider, CEO SUITE offers customized services for businesses of every size – these include business set-up requirements, virtual offices (use of a professional business address for company registration and branding); receptionist and secretarial services; accounting and finance services; HR and recruitment services; and I.T. support services. Executive office suite rentals are also on flexible terms whether it be in terms of size, period of rental or pricing.
The CEO SUITE Hanoi Lotte Center is the first business center of CEO SUITE in Vietnam and the 18th location in its total network of 9 cities in 8 Asian countries.
The Lotte Centre is a prestigious landmark in Hanoi being the second tallest skyscraper in Vietnam and home to the international 5-star, Lotte Hotel. This iconic structure was designed by two award-winning companies: the Seattle-based Callison Architecture and London-based Benoy Architects.